Translate: Me – Innovation Bootcamp is a hands on, three-day residential workshop designed to empower Early Career Researchers and Postgraduate research students to innovate more effectively, navigating the complexities of getting ideas developed, adopted and spread throughout the NHS.
The University of Leeds Industry Engagement Academy is please to host the NIHR Innovation for Invention (i4i) programme workshop as part of its translation pathway workshops.
The NIHR i4i award is a translational funding scheme, advancing healthcare technologies, devices and interventions for increased patient benefit in areas of existing or emerging clinical need.
Leeds Beckett University presents Research Based Innovations in Healthy Ageing Symposium. This free to attend event will consist of a number of academic presentations on innovative evidence based approaches that range from nutritional and exercise to behavioural interventions, as a means to promote healthy ageing.
You are invited to the Inaugural Lecture to be given by Professor Hemant Pandit, Professor of Orthopaedics entitled:- “Bone Setters to Biomedical Engineers” Hemant currently holds the post of Professor of Orthopaedics (University of Leeds) and Honorary Consultant Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (based at Chapel Allerton Hospital for his clinical work). He is Director of […]
Wound Care: Past, Present and Future – Is there Patient Involvement? Wounds are any break to the skin, including pressure ulcers (bed sores), leg ulcers, surgical wounds, diabetic foot ulcers and skin tears. They can be painful, infected, reduce mobility, and reduce quality of life. They cost the health service approximately £4.5–5.1 billion annually, two-thirds […]